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I feel so alive!

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- KANSAS SPORTS -

Unshakable: Ryan Schadler overcomes organ disorder to return to KU football | KUsports.com

Finally, a scan came at the right time at Lawrence Memorial Hospital, showing Schadler had a previously undetected birth defect — a malrotation of his small and large intestines, as well as his appendix. The organs, doctors explained, had moved back and forth in his body through the years and happened to be in normal position when scanned in the past.

Kansas football's positive momentum finally is palpable | FOX Sports

Fans and recruits can feel the 'positive energy' surrounding Kansas Jayhawks football under coach David Beaty.

K.J. Lawson issues apology for vulgar video clip toward former coach Tubby Smith | All Eyes on KU | KUsports.com

Lawson, a 6-foot-7 forward, made disparaging comments toward Memphis head coach Tubby Smith, his former coach, in a three-second clip. Lawson and his older brother, Dedric, announced their intention to transfer to play for the Jayhawks earlier this week.

Miles Bridges news unlikely to have any impact on Josh Jackson's decision | Tale of the Tait | KUsports.com

The idea of Kansas freshman Josh Jackson returning for his sophomore season is wonderful to think about. But it’s a total waste of time and, therefore, is hazardous to the health of Kansas basketball fans.

Baseball - Kansas miscues costly against Oklahoma State

Three errors and five free bases plagued the Kansas baseball team Thursday night at Hoglund Ballpark as the Jayhawks dropped game one of a three-game series to Oklahoma State, 11-6.

Softball - Kansas’ late rally falls short to No. 8 Sooners, 4-1

Kansas softball rallied late in the game and had the tying run in the batter's box, but No. 8 Oklahoma halted KU's rally and prevailed with a 4-1 victory over the Jayhawks on Thursday night at Arrocha Ballpark at Rock Chalk Park.

- COLLEGE SPORTS -

Stop calling college basketball transfers an ‘epidemic’ | CollegeBasketballTalk

It's not an epidemic. It's business, it's life and it's no different than what you yourself do.

Oklahoma CB Parrish Cobb arrested for armed robbery while already suspended for previous charges - SBNation.com

The Sooners have had five arrests this offseason alone.

- PROFESSIONAL SPORTS -

Six Jayhawks begin NBA Playoffs this week

Six of 15 Jayhawks currently playing in the NBA have advanced to the postseason playoffs, which begin Saturday, April 15.

Eli Manning accused of fake ‘game-worn’ memorabilia scheme. Here’s what we know - SBNation.com

Manning’s emails surfaced this week, bringing up the case from 2014.

Hall of Fame Steelers owner Dan Rooney dies at age 84 - SBNation.com

Dan Rooney’s contributions to football and the NFL earned him a spot in the Hall of Fame in 2000.

Controversial play in Wrigley ivy ruled a hit, ground rules offer no help - CBSSports.com

This wasn't a catch, but why aren't there specific ground rules about catches in the vines/ivy?

- POTPOURRI -

Wayne Klocke files lawsuit against University of Texas at Arlington - Washington Times

A male student took his own life last year after he was accused of sexual misconduct and punished by his university without a fair trial, according to a lawsuit brought by the deceased's father.

This week in nature: This wild horse gave a gator the hooves. - SBNation.com

Have you ever seen a horse and a gator fight before? Well today is your lucky day.